The number of Syrian refugees being processed for entry into the United States has accelerated in recent months, increasing the likelihood that the Obama administration will meet its goal of processing 10,000 such refugees by the end of the fiscal year in September.

A nongovernmental organization used a $350,000 State Department grant to build up its infrastructure and then employed that infrastructure in an effort to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu.

 

 

Representative Justin Amash spearheaded the successful opposition of a bipartisan bill that would have required banks to report suspicious activity to the federal government.

In defiance of the rights protected by the Fourth Amendment, the state of South Dakota forcibly catheterizes anyone refusing to submit to a urine test.

In its decision in the case of Utah v. Strieff, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the rights protected by the Fourth Amendment may be denied if the value of violating them is greater than that of protecting them.